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Any New England meets?


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#1 labatt13

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Posted 24 August 2006 - 04:14 AM

I notice with every project car I have owned everyone else who owns them are out west! It seems a lot of guys on here are Co or Wa. So how about New England? I was talking to a guy from NASIOC and he was talking about meeting up after I get my car on the road. I was curious to know if there is any New England folks on here and if you have meets. I have been scrolling through subject lines but I don't recogonize any place in mention.

Thanks,
John

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Posted 24 August 2006 - 07:26 AM

You have my sympathy.

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Posted 24 August 2006 - 09:11 AM

hi John,
this is the guy you were talking to over at NASIOC (ruppenduro).

there are a few of us around the area. we have tried to pull together a few meets, but alot of times our schedules get in the way, and only one or 2 of us show up:-p

here are a few board names of people in the north east that have ea81 subes like yours....
Backwoodsboy
Mr.Fishums
Jeep5.9liter
Wagonsonly
Moosens
Subeman90
Hocrest

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Posted 24 August 2006 - 11:09 AM

Delete my name soon and add Bucky92.
Busting butt to get the GLF back to her.Soon to turn 25!!! Cheap insurance!!

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Posted 24 August 2006 - 11:19 AM

i`m sure she'll be happy!!

i love classic insurance, my 70 beetle was $40 a year:banana:

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Posted 24 August 2006 - 12:27 PM

i`m sure she'll be happy!!

i love classic insurance, my 70 beetle was $40 a year:banana:


Sounds good I hope to meet you all sometime soon.

By the way I am only a few hours away from my getting my GL. I feel like a kid on Chistmas eve heh. I already started a mini shopping spree! I went to the local autozone and bought what I could anyway. They don't stock anything there! I got out of there with a PCV and an oil filter. They had no fuel,air,breather. Oh yes I was able to get some Denso plugs. I also picked up some metal etching primar so I can repaint the light bar. So if I am able to get a nap in I will be working on the lil monster most of the night.:clap:

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Posted 24 August 2006 - 02:49 PM

"working on the lil monster most of the night"

Hmmmm you sir are going straight to the hardcore bunch. Hats off to ya!

Congrats on getting the EA-81 though. I know I really love mine in all its cracked dash glory. :lol:

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Posted 24 August 2006 - 03:01 PM

Yep.....anytime you wanna do a wheeling meet
(or just a cookout/brag-a-thon) I'm there!

Well, all except the winter months......then I go new-gen with my BAJA to keep my BRAT outta the salt:grin:

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Posted 27 August 2006 - 04:13 AM

hahaha thanks subeman!

I was thinking the other day I saw a TSD rally coming up.

I have only done like two of these back in Michigan and were kind of fun at least there. Since they used all backroads none which were speed marked but I imagine there still is some sort of law. However with TSD you never break 50-60 unless you get really backed up.

Well I figured if you guys want to go I can get details listed of the next closest one. YOuw ill need a navigator. depending on how many are interested some of us can team up with others on here that will need a navigator.

I will go find the detail now and post.


Oh and BTW I have yet to see any rallycross, do you guys know of any?

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Posted 27 August 2006 - 04:27 AM

Sept 30th
http://www.ner.org/R...06CCR_flyer.pdf
Litchfield Hills, Ct

Both Trap and Tour type Rally
ph. 860.648.0205
mziburis@cox.net

I am not sure if every state is the same but when I was in Michigan they had a class for everyone.
Team with computer
Team Without computer

as the requirements only show need of stop watch.


further reading if interested:
General FAQ on TSD/Road Rally
http://ascc.ca/index...showpage&pid=27

SCCA's page on Road Rally/TSD
http://www.scca.com/...B0&x=040|045&~=


hahaha thanks subeman!

I was thinking the other day I saw a TSD rally coming up.

I have only done like two of these back in Michigan and were kind of fun at least there. Since they used all backroads none which were speed marked but I imagine there still is some sort of law. However with TSD you never break 50-60 unless you get really backed up.

Well I figured if you guys want to go I can get details listed of the next closest one. YOuw ill need a navigator. depending on how many are interested some of us can team up with others on here that will need a navigator.

I will go find the detail now and post.


Oh and BTW I have yet to see any rallycross, do you guys know of any?



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Posted 27 August 2006 - 09:26 AM

there are some rallyx's around... look for "NER" .. there is also one near albany oct 1 that I'm planning on running the xt6 in




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